A chartered jet left Provo for Hawaii on Friday, Dec. 20, carrying around 75 BYU football players, 11 full-time coaches, family members and other football personnel, all on their way to attend the SoFi Hawaii Bowl game on Dec. 24.
BYU lost 13-3 to San Diego State University on Saturday, Nov. 30, marking the Cougars’ first loss since they played USF on Oct. 12. San Diego’s defense is one of the topped ranked in the country this season and the team held up against the Cougars.
BYU football took down the University of Massachusetts 56-24 on Saturday, Nov. 23. The Cougars used the game as an opportunity to give some of the team’s depth players time on the field, including freshman running back Jackson McChesney, who ran for over 200 yards.
BYU has struggled to hold onto a starting quarterback this year with Zach Wilson, Jaren Hall, Baylor Romney and Joe Critchlow all having played the position. In fact, BYU hasn't had one quarterback start every game of a season since Taysom Hill started every game during his sophomore season in 2013.